in Just-    (Complete Poems 27)

MS Am 1892.5 (270), Houghton Library, Harvard University, Used with Permission, Copyright © by the Trustees for the E.E. Cummings Trust. EEC made probably made this draft in the fall of 1916 or winter of 1917, when he was experimenting with "wide" formats of his poems.  The final version appeared in the Dial [“in Just-” The Dial 68 (May 1920): 580]. See: https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=chi.20660528;view=1up;seq=682 . [Note by Michael Webster.]
MS Am 1823.5 (165), Houghton Library, Harvard University, Used with Permission, Copyright © by the Trustees for the E.E. Cummings Trust.  Here is an example of a poem that went from a conventional free verse stanzas to a "wide" stair-stepped version and then partially back to a (sort of) stanzaic final version. Kennedy reprints the version EEC wrote in the spring of 1916 for in Briggs' course, "English Versification" (Dreams 97) This typescript [Houghton 1823.5 (165)] is reproduced in Kennedy's EEC Revisited (27). [Note by Michael Webster.]
MS Am 1892.5 (270), Houghton Library, Harvard University, Used with Permission, Copyright © by the Trustees for the E.E. Cummings Trust. This image reproduces the verso of this draft, which I think has nothing to do with "in Just-" [even though it is in the same folder at Houghton] since it reproduces some of Cummings experiments with vowel sounds, also around autumn 1916 (see Kennedy,Dreams 121 and Cohen PoetandPainter 218-225). [Note by Michael Webster.]

O sweet spontaneous   (Complete Poems 58)

MS Am 1823.5 (254), Houghton Library, Harvard University, Used with Permission, Copyright © by the Trustees for the E.E. Cummings Trust. The Dial's publication of “O sweet spontaneous” can be found here: The Dial 68 (May 1920): 578. https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=chi.20660528;view=1up;seq=680
MS Am 1823.5 (254), Houghton Library, Harvard University, Used with Permission, Copyright © by the Trustees for the E.E. Cummings Trust
MS Am 1823.5 (254), Houghton Library, Harvard University, Used with Permission, Copyright © by the Trustees for the E.E. Cummings Trust

Buffalo Bill’s   (Complete Poems 90)

MS Am 1823. 7 (21), sheet 120, Houghton Library, Harvard University, Used with Permission, Copyright © by the Trustees for the E.E. Cummings Trust.  The Dial's publication of the poem can be found here: "Buffalo Bill 's" The Dial 68 (Jan. 1920): 23]: https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=chi.20660528;view=1up;seq=45 (scroll down).
MS Am 1823. 7 (21), sheet 80, Houghton Library, Harvard University, Used with Permission, Copyright © by the Trustees for the E.E. Cummings Trust
This is Rushworth Kidder's transcription of sheet 80. See Kidder, Rushworth M. “ ‘Buffalo Bill 's’: An Early E. E. Cummings Manuscript.” Harvard Library Bulletin 24.4 (Oct. 1976): 373-383. [Persistent Link: http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:FHCL:30195554?n=7  |  sheet 80: Kidder's transcription: http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:FHCL:30195554?n=15 ]